Two very similar names for dd..

(18 Posts)
AnnoyedByAlfieBear Thu 10-Jul-14 13:57:28

Which do you prefer. We are genuinely on the fence and don't want to ask people in real life as we want to keep it a surprise.

Beatrice or Beatrix?

TryingToBePractical Thu 10-Jul-14 13:58:07

ce

Bowlersarm Thu 10-Jul-14 13:59:46

I prefer Beatrice

burgatroyd Thu 10-Jul-14 14:04:54

Beatrice. More sophisticated. Don't like nn Trixie

HattyMonkey Thu 10-Jul-14 14:21:39

Beatrice

DitzyDonkey Thu 10-Jul-14 14:22:33

Beatrix

Sophronia Thu 10-Jul-14 14:24:05

Beatrice, like burgatroyd said, Beatrix could get the nickname Trixie, which I don't like.

DonkeysDontRideBicycles Thu 10-Jul-14 14:47:31

Well I love both and Beatrix is a little more unusual but

(i) can you stand people saying Potter immediately after Beatrix,
(ii) Beatrix wouldn't automatically be shortened to Trixie but how do you feel about that?

squoosh Thu 10-Jul-14 15:09:01

Beatrix.

Beatrice is a bit stuffy.

Superrhan Thu 10-Jul-14 17:39:16

Beatrice.

I love it!

I do also love Beatrix, but not sure I could actually name a child that.

ButterflyOfFreedom Thu 10-Jul-14 17:43:09

Beatrice.

AllDirections Thu 10-Jul-14 17:47:51

Beatrice

Gingerjv Thu 10-Jul-14 19:30:22

For sure BeatriCE!!Love this name)

AnnoyedByAlfieBear Thu 10-Jul-14 20:11:44

I don't mind Trixie as a nn. Although it does make me think of the phrase turning tricks. hmm I like the posher side of Beatrice as much as I like the quirky side or Beatrix.

Ludways Thu 10-Jul-14 20:28:55

Beatrice

Alisvolatpropiis Thu 10-Jul-14 23:09:48

I just hear beer tricks re Beatrix. Which is a shame because I think Trixie is a great nickname.

So...Beatrice gets my vote.

Only1scoop Thu 10-Jul-14 23:10:46

Beatrix

BlueStarsAtNight Fri 11-Jul-14 07:36:01

Beatrice

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